Category Archives: economical justice

H.R.1817 – Protecting Workers for a Clean Future Act – 117th Congress

H.R.1817 – Protecting Workers for a Clean Future Act Sponsor: Rep. DeSaulnier, Mark [D-CA-11] (Introduced 03/11/2021) Committees: House – Education and Labor The Secretary of Labor, in consultation with the Secretary of Energy, shall establish a grant program for local governments … Continue reading

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CORPORATE INFLUENCE AND PARTISAN POLITICS HAVE PREVENTED CONGRESS FROM PASSING PROGRESSIVE LEGISLATION

. Organization and Informartion Resources Activism Capitalism – Disaster Economy Censorship CEO Pay Civil Liberties Climate Change Climate Change Justice Congress Consumer Protection Coronavirus Corporate Reform Corporations – We the People Amendment Covert Operations COVID-19 And Civil Society COVID Origins Criminal Justice Cuba … Continue reading

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WEALTH INEQUITY IS DESTROYING OUR SOCIETY!

Eight men own the same wealth as the 3.6 billion people who make up the poorest half of humanity, according to a new report published by Oxfam today to mark the annual meeting of political and business leaders in Davos. … Continue reading

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Economy – Democratic

Democracy Collaborative . . Specific Issues Index from Creating Better World

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OUR EMERGENCY

SCIENTISTS NOW GIVE US 10 YEARS TO PREVENT A RUNAWAY CLIMATE CATASTROPHE! OUR HEALTH CARE SYSTEM IS AN INHUMANE DISASTER! INSTITUTIONAL SYSTEMIC RACISM INFECTS OUR TOTAL SOCIETY WEALTH INEQUITY IS DESTROYING OUR SOCIETY! BILLIONAIRES WOULD LIKE TO MAKE OUR EXISTENCE … Continue reading

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Measuring Economic Health

Economic growth has been a primary goal of U.S. policy. Corporations, politicians beholden to corporations, and economists funded by corporations advocate a theory of unlimited economic growth stemming from technological progress. Based upon established principles of the physical and biological … Continue reading

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Economic Justice

Articles related to economic justice Waging NonViolence

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Rebuild Our Economy and Ensure Justice for Frontline Communities and a Just Transition for Workers – BS

As we rapidly move toward renewable energy and energy efficiency, we must ensure that the workers employed in the fossil fuel industry see that their standards of living are not only protected, but improved. A just transition for workers means … Continue reading

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Transform Our Energy System to 100 Percent Renewable Energy and Create 20 Million Jobs

There is no reason the United States, the wealthiest country in the history of the world, cannot transform our energy system away from fossil fuels to 100 percent renewable energy, like wind, solar, and geothermal. We have more than enough … Continue reading

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As President, Bernie Sanders Will Avert Climate Catastrophe and Create 20 Million Jobs

As president, Bernie Sanders will launch the decade of the Green New Deal, a ten-year, nationwide mobilization centered around justice and equity during which climate change will be factored into virtually every area of policy, from immigration to trade to … Continue reading

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